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A trip to Italy may never be complete without visiting Milan. Known for as the second biggest city of Italy and as one of the fashion capitals of the world, Milan prides itself with its historical and cosmopolitan attributes that never fail to attract visitors from all over the globe. Acquiring car hire in Milan Rail Station makes it easier for them to explore everything that the city has to offer.
Milan is also attractive to religious devotees, with the Last Supper of Leonardo da Vinci can be viewed in the Convento di Santa Maria delle Grazie's refectory. Aside from that, visitors can drop by at the Duomo, that towers over the central square of Milan. As the biggest and most intricately made Gothic building in Italy, it attracts visitors for its spire where the Madonnina statue of Perego holds an eternal vigil aside from other features like the topmost area that shares breathtaking views over Milan.
One of Milan's busiest places is the Piazza Cordusio where the Chamber of Commerce and the Italian Stock Exchange can be found. Visitors can also drop by at the Castello Sforzesco for its museums housing some of the most remarkable sculptures from different artists.
Travellers who are visiting Milan to shop won't run out of stores to go. From brand name and designer outlets to other clothing and fashion stores, the convenient places to shop include via Manzoni, via della Spiga, via Montenapoleone, and via Sant'Andrea. The Piazza degli Affari is a favourite place to shop by most locals and frequent visitors to Milan. For entertainment, visitors can enjoy opera at the Teatro alla Scala.
Along the Ticino riverbanks is Pavia, a charming town that travellers can visit with the convenience of cheap car hire in Milan Rail Station. Cheap car hire also gives travellers the benefit of travelling to the Lombardi plains to see the Alps and the Lago Maggiore. Visiting the Parco dell'Adamello is also worth taking a day trip to for its hiking trails.